Replacement must be provided for all trees removed based on the total.
The site plan must be at a scale no greater than one inch = 50 feet and must show any existing or proposed development on the property, a north direction arrow, and adjacent streets. A tree permit fee of 80 plus 20 per tree removed (up to a max of ) is required.
Current Fee Schedules Fee resolution for building permit fees Fees are adjusted annually by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index.
3. Volusia County Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the public health, safety, and welfare to protect and preserve trees in Volusia County. The Tree Preservation Ordinance identifies when a tree removal permit is required. Since tree permits are handled differently depending on whether the proposed development is residential or non-residential, please use the appropriate.
First determine which type of tree permit is required. If you are applying for a tree removal permit in conjunction with a site plan or subdivision application, the tree permit review will be handled as part of the overall review.
A permit fee of 80 plus 20 per tree removed (up to a max of ) will be required at time of application. Permit applications can be notarized at the Permit Center. To obtain the parcel number for your application please use the Connect Live property search. If the property is located in a city in Volusia County, you will be shown city contacts with phone numbers and.